Found April 26, 2012 on Outside the Boxscore:
PLAYERS: Mitch Moreland
TEAMS: Texas Rangers

 During last night's Rangers/Yankees affair, a young Rangers fan broke out into tears after not getting a baseball tossed into the crowd by Texas first baseman, Mitch Moreland.

After Moreland threw the ball into the stands, a couple sitting next to the kid got the ball and proceeded to get scolded by Yankees broadcaster Michael Kay for not giving him the ball:



(Courtesy of Jimmy Traina's Twitter)
1 Comment:
  • they ignored the kid
    come now
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